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The QChildEvent class contains event parameters for child object events. More...
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Child events are sent to objects when children are inserted or removed.
A ChildRemoved event is sent immediately, but a ChildInserted event is posted (with QApplication::postEvent()).
Note that if a child is removed immediately after it is inserted, the ChildInserted event may be suppressed, but the ChildRemoved event will always be sent. In this case there will be a ChildRemoved event without a corresponding ChildInserted event.
The handler for these events is QObject::childEvent().
See also Event Classes.
Constructs a child event object. The child is the object that is to be removed or inserted.
The type parameter must be either QEvent::ChildInserted or QEvent::ChildRemoved.
Returns the child widget that was inserted or removed.
Returns TRUE if the widget received a new child; otherwise returns FALSE.
Returns TRUE if the object lost a child; otherwise returns FALSE.
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